Don’t you love acronyms? I probably could have come up with a more descriptive title for this post, but the acronyms were just too much fun to resist. The disadvantage is that the title probably leaves you wondering what this post is actually about. Well, I’ll tell you. It’s about issues that Internet Explorer has [...]

Flex-Alfresco webinar code

Thanks to everyone who attended the Putting a Flex Face on Alfresco webinar. I hope you found it useful. If you didn’t get to attend the live webinar, that’s OK: the good folks at Alfresco recorded it, and you can view it here .
I cleaned up the code a bit and added some comments, and [...]

Flex and Alfresco: made for each other

In case you haven’t heard, Alfresco is an impressive open-source content management system. And of course you probably wouldn’t be reading this blog if you didn’t already know that Flex is a killer technology for building world-class user interfaces. Seems like someone should put the two technologies together, no?

As it turns out, Alfresco has [...]

AdvancedDataGrid with XML

In a prior post I promised to provide some thoughts on the AdvancedDataGrid and XML. Well, that post was written about 4 months ago, and I’m finally delivering. I’ve put together a simple demo to show how the AdvancedDataGrid works with XML data:

Each of the first three tabs works with a different XML file. [...]

A shameless plug

A very interesting article in the New York Times describes a paradox of medical technology: Health care providers bear most of the cost of the technology, but their share of the savings is meager and trickles in slowly (insurance companies reap most of the savings). Thus, the doctors shell out large sums of money for [...]